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Jennifer Pecenka, a Hoosier from Fishers, Indiana, is currently a junior in the College of Architecture and Planning. She has lived her whole life outdoors water skiing, hiking, swimming, quarry diving, and spending weekend retreats at her lake cabin in Brown County. She enjoys learning more about Indian's natural environment in the Our Land, Our Literature colloquium. She loves assisting the community hands-on with Habitat for Humanity and AIAS and even training service dogs for Canine Companions for Independence. Next year she hopes to study sustainable architecture in Brazil, working with low-income housing projects in Curitiba, and of course, taking weekend trips to bvisit the Amazon and the beach. After graduate school, she plans on working for an architecture firm committed to sustainable design and green cities.

Her contributions to the website include author entries on Esther Kellner, Elisabeth Hamilton Friermood, and Janet Halliday Ervin.